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Flooded Roads Now Open

In Daviess and Pike counties, State Road 257 from U.S. Route 50 to State Road 356 is now open.

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INDOT warns that flooded roadways should not be crossed. Floodwaters across south-central Indiana receded enough this weekend for all state roads to now be passable.

After floodwaters receded this weekend, the Indiana Department of Transportation says all state roads that were closed due to high water are now open.

According to a statement from INDOT, the following routes are now passable:

In Daviess and Pike counties, State Road 257 from U.S. Route 50 (Washington) to State Road 356 (Otwell) is now open.

In Martin and Lawrence counties, State Road 450 from U.S. Route 50 (Shoals) to State Road 37 (Bedford) is now open.

And in Perry County, State Road 66 from State Road 70 (Derby) to State Road 161 (Rocky Point) is now open.

INDOT warns that motorists should still keep an eye out for high waters, and to not drive through standing water.

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